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Chandimal, Thirimanne dropped <strong>from</strong> Lankan ODI squad vs India

Chandimal, Thirimanne dropped from Lankan ODI squad vs India

22 Oct 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka on Wednesday named their 15-member squad for the five-match ODI series against India with notable omissions being former T20 captain Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Thirimanne.  

Sri Lankan cricket team,   Sri lanka vs India,   Dinesh Chandimal,   Lahiru Thirimanne,  
Nitish Kumar to launch 'Samparak yatra' <strong>from</strong> 12th November

Nitish Kumar to launch 'Samparak yatra' from 12th November

22 Oct 2014

Patna: Senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar would launch a 17-day yatra (march) of the state from November 12 which would be a major event ahead of state Assembly elections due next year.

JDU,   Nitish Kumar,   Bihar Assembly elections,   Bihar politics,   BJP,   RJD,  
Smoking hampers recovery during abstinence <strong>from</strong> alcohol

Smoking hampers recovery during abstinence from alcohol

22 Oct 2014

New York: People who want to get rid of alcohol dependence but cannot quit smoking may not achieve full neuro-cognitive recovery, said a study.

Smoking,   alcohol,   quit smoking,   neuro-cognitive recovery,   alcohol dependent individuals,   ALC,  
Rio 2016 tennis venue a 'game changer', says former star

Rio 2016 tennis venue a 'game changer', says former star

22 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Former world No.1 Gustavo Kuerten believes the Rio 2016 Olympics will spawn a new age for Brazilian tennis, describing the event's venue as potentially "game-changing".

Rio de Janeiro,   former world No.1,   Gustavo Kuerten,   Rio 2016 Olympics,   Brazilian tennis,   tennis,  
US to funnel travelers <strong>from</strong> Ebola-hit region through five airports

US to funnel travelers from Ebola-hit region through five airports

22 Oct 2014

New York: The United States ratcheted up its safeguards against Ebola on Tuesday, requiring travelers from three countries at the center of an epidemic in West Africa to fly into one of five major airports conducting enhanced screening for the virus.

United States,   Ebola,   travelers,   Ebola-hit region,   five airports,   West Africa,   enhanced screening,   travel ban ,  
Mystery startup Magic Leap raises USD 542 million <strong>from</strong> Google, others

Mystery startup Magic Leap raises USD 542 million from Google, others

22 Oct 2014

Magic Leap Inc, a startup focused on augmented reality technology, said it raised $542 million in a funding round led by Google Inc.

Magic Leap Inc,   Technology,   Google Inc,   Rony Abovitz,   Wearable devices,   Android,   Chrome,   Apps,   Google,  
Why is Ranveer Singh missing <strong>from</strong> 'Kill Dil' promotions?

Why is Ranveer Singh missing from 'Kill Dil' promotions?

22 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The actor seems to be going the distance to keep his bald look under wraps. In his efforts to avoid media glare at the moment, Ranveer Singh has decided to miss the song launch of Shaad Ali’s upcoming film 'Kill Dil' co-starring Parineeti Chopra and Ali Zafar.

Ranveer Singh,   Kill Dil,   Shaad Ali,   Parineeti Chopra,   Bajirao Mastani,  
Ailing Nadal eases into Swiss Indoors second round

Ailing Nadal eases into Swiss Indoors second round

21 Oct 2014

London: Rafael Nadal did not appear to be affected by his appendicitis problems as he charged into the second round of the Swiss Indoors with a no nonsense 6-2 6-2 win over Simone Bolelli on Monday.

Rafael Nadal,   tennis,   Swiss Indoors,   London,   second round,  
Priyanka Chopra suffering <strong>from</strong> conjunctivitis

Priyanka Chopra suffering from conjunctivitis

21 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra is sad that she will not be able to celebrate Diwali as she is suffering from conductivities.

Priyanka Chopra,   conjunctivitis,   Sanjay Leela Bhansali,   Bajirao Mastani,   Mary Kom,  
Cow's milk shields babies <strong>from</strong> infections

Cow's milk shields babies from infections

21 Oct 2014

London: One reason why children today seem to catch infections more easily may well be the increasing scarcity of fresh cow's milk, researchers have found.

cow's milk,   babies,   infection,   farm milk,   respiratory infections,   children's diet,  

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